Photographing Stonehenge with a different perspective

May 29th, 2017|

Stonehenge is one of those mysteries that will be discussed for years, but something that won’t be a mystery is the number of time it has been photographed.

I’ll confess, I was not inspired to photography Stonehenge; it is the history that is interesting. So I set myself a challenge to […]


A photographer visits St Ives, Cornwall

May 28th, 2017|

I took some time off to visit some of the best attractions England has to offer starting with St Ives.

Located at the very far south west of England, it has become a world famous destination for many travellers; once you see it you will also succumb to its charm.

Because of […]


MCM Comic Con 2017 Photos

May 27th, 2017|

Another year, another comic con. This time it was different. I was on a mission to photograph as many cosplayers a possible. I’ll be honest in that I did photography many cosplayers at MCM Comic Con but not all made the cut for various reasons; some photos were technically flawed, […]


The perfect photo of late actor Bill Paxton

April 21st, 2017|

This is a beautiful photo. Not only because of the late great Bill Paxton, but because the photographer created a natural atmosphere.

The photographer didn’t try to stage the actor because he’s well known to be a down to watch, blue collar guy; so with the casual folded arms rested on a […]


Aylesbury Canal in black and white

February 5th, 2017|




An Aylesbury Sunrise

January 21st, 2017|

When I text a friend “Would you like to join me for afternoon tea tomorrow?” I don’t expect the reply to be “I’d love a frosty walk with my camera…”. She’s done this to me before, but that’s another story.

So after a very quick chat Friday night, she picks me […]


A photographers last images of 2016

December 31st, 2016|

I will not say 2016 is a year I will fondly remember; aside from Trump and Brexit it has been a shallow 12 months of creativity. I’ve not been inspired other than some very special moments at weddings I covered back in July.

My photography is entrenched in self doubt and […]


Life in Aylesbury through a Sony A6300

December 17th, 2016|

Now that winter is well and truly here, and with Christmas less than 2 weeks away, I needed to itch an itch; can my new toy, the Sony A6300, give me the creative freedom and performance without the weight of my Canon 5D and 6D?

So I packed up my trusty […]


2 photographers go on the BFG Dream Jar Trail

August 9th, 2016|

About once a year, I get together with my good photographer friend (Kelly) to play with our cameras. This time around we went to London as it is such an amazing playground for photographers. This time though Kelly had the great idea to follow BFG Dream Jar Trail; a clever […]


Photograph London at 1/125th

May 29th, 2016|

I absolutely love London including its flaws. It is known to be busy, crowded, fast and rude but when I visited London to guide my visiting cousins around I was wonderfully surprised at how much it has changed!

But I’m not here to comment on social change in a capital city, […]


The Lash Monkeys, Henley on Thames and rain.

May 22nd, 2016|

Often when I am called out to shoot or film a band there is a consultation period, however on a ‘nothing happening’ Saturday morning I received a call from John, he told me a camera man had let him down and needed someone to cover a gig his band was […]


It is the imperfections that makes an image come to life

May 20th, 2016|

Over the weekend, I was out on a special shoot with some clients out near Chinnor. The weather was great and the location the clients had chosen was a wonderful playground for a photographer to play in.

The shoot was great, they were up for various ideas I had which meant […]